April 29th, 2010
The Angels fought back from three down to win 4-3 on Howie Kendrick’s bunt single in the ninth. The Angels took two-of-three games from Cleveland at Angel Stadium.
Mike Scioscia didn’t get to see much of Wednesday’s game from the dugout after a run-in with third base umpire Rob Drake got him ejected. Scioscia was upset at a called strike on Hideki Matsui in the second inning.
Howard Kendrick bunted home Torii Hunter with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to give the Angels the win over the Indians.
Angels third baseman Brandon Wood appears to be coming out of his season-opening funk, with six hits and his first homer in the two games leading up to Wednesday.
New rules include larger rosters and designated hitters even in National League ballparks.
He sees the Cleveland infielders playing back and drives in the winning run with a bunt with two out in the ninth inning.
When Brandon Wood turned 18 years old, his father decided to retire as an amateur hitting coach.
The early months of a major league season can be emotionally trying times for players with school-age children, who often go weeks or months without seeing their kids.
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